You will see tons of anti-aging secrets in shops from cosmetics to supplements to exercise classes. But the most essential base is simply the foods you take. Today we introduce you 5 anti-aging foods, and one more from the Japanese diet.
Banana is a food rich in B vitamins. Many of the B vitamins are involved in various metabolisms.
Astaxanthin contained in salmon has an antioxidant effect. We can expect it to suppress oxidative stress, which is the cause of aging.
3. Citrus fruits
The third of the 5 anti-aging foods is a very common one. Citrus fruits are rich in vitamin C. Vitamin C has a high antioxidant effect. We can expect it to prevent cancer and improve immune function.
Avocados are rich in vitamin E, which is a powerful antioxidant. Vitamin E suppresses active oxygen that causes aging.
Almonds, like avocados, are rich sources of vitamin E. Vitamin E not only has an antioxidant effect but also promotes blood circulation and increases metabolism. We can expect it to prevent skin aging and improve coldness and stiff shoulders.
Additional: Soybean food
After the above 5 anti-aging foods, I like to introduce you one fantastic food. You may not have a habit of eating soybean. But it is one of the staples in Japan. Japanese people are known for their excellent health, like long life expectancy and low breast cancer onset ratio.
Soybeans contain soybean saponin, which has an antioxidant effect, soybean lecithin, which lowers total cholesterol; and oligosaccharides, which increase the beneficial bacteria in the intestine.
You can take the soy’s health essence through a natural supplement!
Please let us introduce one amazing review in Amazon, who took the same health secret as Japanese women through Juveriente®’s EFFISOY®. Very long, sorry, but she expressed her super joy with full of texts. (This is about her menopause symptom, but it also helps other difficulties by aging even after the menopause age. )
“ I Am Now Free of Hot Flashes!!: I am 49 years old and was thrown into surgical menopause after very large cysts were found on both of my ovaries and I was forced to have a complete hysterectomy and salpingo-oophorectomy. I began having symptoms immediately which compounded my difficult recovery from surgery since I had to have a vertical incision laparotomy. Hot flashes were so intense that I slept in just my hospital gown, no blankets and a fan pointed at me all day and night. When I came home it wasn’t better. I was having flashes every 30-45 minutes. It was torture. I started watching YouTube videos about hysterectomies before my surgery so I had a frame of reference. While watching I came across a naturopathic doctor who specializes in women’s health. She had very specific suggestions for dealing with the various symptoms of menopause. For hot flashes, she recommended Effisoy. There were no reviews (remark: in 2019) anywhere on the internet but I was desparate and bit the bullet. After about 2 weeks I felt like maybe the flashes were letting up but I couldn’t tell. Then about 2 days ago I was watching a movie with my husband and I sprang up and said, “I haven’t had one hot flash today!” I was convinced after saying it out loud I would jinx myself. Well, I’m three days now free of hot flashes. I immediately ordered another bottle of Effisoy and just got it in the mail (thank you Amazon Prime 1 day shipping!). I would highly recommend trying this if you are suffering with hot flashes. But be patient and don’t miss a day. It took nearly a whole bottle to work for me. I was 100% faithful at taking it every day just after breakfast. I won’t be without it now. For those worried about the soy in this, this soy is a fermented soy germ. Not the adulterated American soy that has been the center of controversy for women’s health products.”